Israel-born singer songwriter Noga Ritter will bring her trio of genre-blending musicians to Manchester for the first time, taking to the stage in the unique setting of the Jewish Museum’s stunning Synagogue.
Fusing Hebrew Jazz with global grooves, Noga calls on her upbringing in Israel and diverse work in West-Africa and London to provide an electric, soulful experience.
Arriving for a rescheduled and hugely-anticipated performance on Thu 3 Mar, expect improvisation and audience interaction, as Tomer Eldor joins on piano, with Giuliano Osella on percussion.
Exclusively for this show, she will invite the museum’s song-writing group to join her band and perform an original piece they wrote collaboratively with Noga in a workshop before the concert.
The show will be followed by an audience Q&A, offering the chance to get to know the band a little better.
Watch the video for Noga Ritter’s latest release, Mamelles, featuring Ibnou Annas Gueye, below.
Wed 3 Mar, 7pm, Manchester Jewish Museum, 190 Cheetham Hill Rd, Cheetham Hill, Manchester M8 8LW, £6/£5 concessions
- Bradley Lengden
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- Thu 20 Jan 2022